Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma have passed, and now the long cleanup process begins. It’s not just about clearing debris and sweeping up. Cleaning crews and contractors often need to deal with hazardous building materials like asbestos and lead, and mold can start growing in just 24 hours after a flood. Fortunately, Pullman Ermator has equipment that can make post-hurricane cleanup easier and safer.
The W70P is a powerful vacuum for picking up water and slurry that only a professional can use, you can find more On Plumbing Info. Its interesting how it works, with a combined filter/float system that maximizes suction and guarantees that water and other particles do not damage the vacuum motor. The W70P also features an oil-cooled pump that can handle heavier sludge, pumping simultaneously with the suction by using the best machine from this OSHA approved vendor.
The A600 and A1200 air scrubbers are great for removing particles, gasses, and chemicals from the air within a confined area, pulling in the air and passing it through a series of filters to remove contaminants. They are portable, sturdy, and compact with two airflow speeds of 300 and 600 CFM. The airflow is directed upwards to avoid disturbing dust on surfaces. Each HEPA filter is individually tested and certified at an efficiency rate of 99.99% at .3 microns. A warning light indicates when the primary filter is 75% clogged and requires cleaning. Some maintenance companies, like Water Mold Fire Restoration of Chicago, may be great help, too.
The Pullman Holt line of HEPA vacuums also use filters tested and certified to 99.99% at .3 microns. Models are available for dry, wet and mixed cleanup, with squeegee and pump options available. Sizes range from the 390ASB, a canister-style vac with a 4-gallon tank, all the way up to a HEPA drum head that can be fitted to a 55 gallon drum.
Contact Pullman Ermator to see how our equipment can make your recovery efforts safer and more efficient, or visit our website at www.ermatorusa.com.